SN 2007bi: Without a Trace

SN 2007bi: Without a Trace

All stars die, but not all stars die the same. Some will explode and leave no trace behind. These special explosions with no trace are called pair-instability supernovae (PISNe) and only happen in the most massive of stars. Today’s paper from 2009 investigates a unique supernova, SN 2007bi, that was initially thought to be the first PISN ever observed.

AstroDancing With The Stars

AstroDancing With The Stars

It is important that we, as a scientific community, make science accessible and scientific careers attainable to all. One such method of making astronomy more inclusive to the DHH community is AstroDance! Click here to read more!